Recommended Documentaries

Recommended Docs

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This is a topic where you can say which documentary has really impressed you, and why people should see it. Can be a recent one or an all-time favourite. Can't be your own though, sorry...

This topic is for praising the work of others, not your own. If you want to beat the drum for your own documentary, please don't do it here. Fans use our Public Classifieds, and Professionals have their own Shameless Self-Promotion topic.

We also have a Documentary Films topic for our Professionals where the debate is private and possibly more controversial. This topic here is for recommendations to the documentary-interested public.

Deloar Hossain

Hi, If anyone interested filming in Bangladesh, Feel free to contact me, Im here to help you ......

Tyson Preyer

I watched the doc "Uncertain" last night. I really liked it. It has a really cool combination of character & location. I don't remember it getting much attention so I was pleasantly surprised. It's a little like Rich Hill or The Other Side. Sort of. :)

Linda Blackaby

Docs in this year's Washington, DC International Film Festival (Filmfest DC) include All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception and the Spirit of I.F. Stone* by Fred Peabody, Backpack Full of Cash* by Sarah Mondale*, The Good Postman* by Tonislav Hristov, The House on Coco Road *by Damani Baker*, Last Men in Aleppo* by Feras Fayyad, 2016 César Best Feature doc Tomorrow, and Sam Pollard's Two Trains Runnin' * all in the Justice Matters competition. * indicates guests in attendance. Also, The Messengers by Lucian Perkins, produced by d-worder Nina Gilden Seavey.

Filmfest DC starts Thursday, April 20.

Erica Ginsberg

Cool. Hoping to get to The Good Postman since I heard it was one of the faves from friends at Full Frame. Also excited to see The Messengers (which screened as a work-in-progress at Docs In Progress last year when it was still called Joseph's House).

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